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John Phillips

(active 1825-1831), Satirical printmaker

Artist associated with 12 portraits

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The King Commander in Chief; or, the Upset of the Waterloo-man, Bags & Baggage, by John Phillips, published by  George Humphrey - NPG D10676

The King Commander in Chief; or, the Upset of the Waterloo-man, Bags & Baggage

by John Phillips, published by George Humphrey
coloured etching, published 8 May 1827
NPG D10676

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'The King Commander in Chief' (King George IV)

by John Phillips
engraving, published 1827
NPG D1387

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A Turn-Up among the Big 'Uns!!!

by John Phillips, published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 26 June 1829
NPG D46041

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Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('Holding a Candle to the Devil')

by John Phillips, published by J. Chappell
hand-coloured etching, published 2 April 1829
NPG D46044

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John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon ('The Man Wot Drives the Opposition')

by John Phillips, after S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published April 1829
NPG D46045

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Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('The man wot can't keep his seat')

by John Phillips, published by E. King
hand-coloured etching, published 1 June 1829
NPG D46048

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The Bull in Jeopardy; or, the Curs triumpant

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 19 October 1829
NPG D46049

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Farmer Encombe setting on the famous Cumberland terrier to drag the Great Hanover Rat out of mischief

possibly by John Phillips, published by George Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published March 1829
NPG D46050

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Detection. A Scene in the West

by John Phillips, published by E. King
hand-coloured etching, published 22 November 1830
NPG D46042

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Partial Distress.

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 16 February 1830
NPG D46043

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A Patriotic Toast

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 25 February 1830
NPG D46046

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The Great Dictator and his Mighty Councillor, the Donkey Mare

after John Phillips
hand-coloured etching, circa 1830
NPG D46047

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